…thanks to Becky B for hosting January Squares If I don’t put my computer to sleep at night the light that emanates from it keeps me awake.

via Computer Light – January Squares — Mama Cormier

The earliest personal computers begged you to program them. Or they would, except the earliest personal computers weren’t sophisticated enough to do that. They’d print out a line like ‘OK’ and hope you picked up the hint. It wasn’t much to go on. It was like the computer wanted to say “WhatEVER”, except the computers […]

via Everything There Is To Say About Programming A Computer In The 80s — Another Blog, Meanwhile

Protect your computer with this colorful pattern laptop sleeve! It’s made with 100% neoprene, lightweight and water resistant. With a top loading zippered enclosure, it’s available in sizes to fit 10″, 13″ and 15″ models. A great way to begin the new school year!

via Colorful Pattern Computer Laptop Sleeve — Perkins Designs

“A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any other invention with the possible exceptions of handguns and Tequila.” ~ Mitch Ratcliffe I have a new computer. It’s been sitting in a box beside my desk for weeks. I knew I needed to change over from my old one, but I had tight deadlines for a […]

via The Joy and Horror Of A New Computer — Cauldrons and Cupcakes

Well, OK, it didn’t exactly “crash.” I mean, there was no hole in the wall. There were no other bleeding computer owners standing around threatening to sue my pants off. It was a few years back (I’m so much wiser now): I’d somehow managed to rather uncleverly (OK, stupidly) delete a massive number of important files in […]

via My Computer Crashed! — Mitch Teemley

James Hannaham and John W. Bateman play a game: one of them texts five random emoji to the other, and the recipient then creates a micro-story. Read some of their collaborations at Electric Literature

via Eight Tiny Stories, Translated From the Emoji — Discover

I’ve spent the last six months heads down building a new machine learning tool called Weights and Biases with my longtime cofounder Chris Van Pelt, my new cofounder and friend Shawn Lewis and brave early users at Open AI, Toyota Research, Uber and others. Now that it’s public I wanted to talk a little bit about why […]

via Starting a Second Machine Learning Tools Company, Ten Years Later — Lukas Biewald

Whether you’re exploring nearby or biking around the world, Tom Allen has cycle touring advice, planning guides, gear reviews, and inspiration for you.

via Tom’s Bike Trip — Discover

I believe we can learn from anyone and anything, just we have to change our perspective little bit. In my other post I have written learning life from Ad slogans which have been appreciated by all of you, here are the links if you have not yet read the same. Learning about Life from Ad […]

via Learn about Life from Computer Keyboard buttons… — changeyourlife

Winter Is Coming is a FanSided-powered Game of Thrones site for recaps, season reviews, episode rankings, podcasts, and more. From the Lannisters to the Starks, they have you covered. Spoilers ahead.

via Winter Is Coming — Discover

After doing the laundry today and getting my two sheets of Zeros for cards, Hubby and I decided to treat ourselves to a bun. We were asked if we’d like a breakfast roll as it was gone 11 am and there were a few rashers of bacon left. Why not, we thought, so settled down […]

via Coffee and Computers — pensitivity101

Learn how to get the most out of one-to-one support at your Business Concierge sessions.

via Getting the Most out of our Business Concierge Service — Discover